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Flexo PET Overexpanded Braided Sleeving

Flexo PET Overexpanded Braided Sleeving
 

Adding protective shielding to your wires or cables to prevent cuts or abrasion is great but can be very expensive and sometimes impossible to install due to oversize end connectors.

Flexo PET Overexpanded Braided Sleeving is an inexpensive polyethylene material that can expand up to 200% allowing for fitting over large automotive and marine applications. The flexibility of this durable braided material allows for jacketing all your cables and wire harnesses not worrying about tight spaces or your cables suffering cuts from sharp edges or rough walls. Being able to identify cables or wires bundled together is simple with the loose braid engineering incorporated into this sleeving. For color coding wire bundles in your home, warehouse or office, 7 colors are available. Because this braided shield is halogen free and FMVSS 302 approved, it is environmentally safe to use on anything. This material cuts easily with scissors or a hot knife.

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Accessories available including scissors, hot knives and installation tool.

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5 Stars
not so good
to be all honest, i was kind of disappointed by the quality of this product. i have been purchasing a few different types of brided sleeves from other stores to find a good one. actually i have some other purpose of using this product that is not what it was meant to be used. however, this product doesn't seem to be the best one for its own purpose either. it is tough to contract, and it is bent when it is contracted because the bride is not consistent.
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Reviewed by:  from new york. on 7/1/2012
5/5
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Great products and fast delivery time A+ rating.
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Reviewed by:  from CT. on 4/3/2012
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